The IT sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in recent years and promises to be a priority in the coming seasons. Like few others, and partly thanks to its dynamics, it managed to remain immune to the coronavirus pandemic. In a context of uncertainty, it is an area that offers employment and opens the possibility of projecting a career.
It is estimated that each year between 5 and 10 thousand jobs are left unfilled in areas of technology. And that is why it is important to hold events such as TechWeek, which will be held next week with the aim of providing training to people interested in the sector and linking potential employees with companies looking to fill at least 400 jobs soon.
The event is organized by Mibucle, a consulting firm specialized in ITEM that, beyond filling vacancies in companies, seeks that people can develop their careers and specialize in various areas of the IT universe. That is why during the week there will be more than 30 talks with industry leaders.
Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Data Analysis, Digital Transformation and Cryptocurrencies are the main axes of the talks and possibly are also the main topics of interest on which companies and potentials discuss employees.
“We organize the Tech Week to connect people with businesses and opportunities in IT, that they know where they can work and that they can continue learning. This is the objective that moves us in the consulting firm: connect, empower and learn ”explains Brenda Gendin, CEO of Mibucle. And he adds: “It is an unprecedented event in Argentina, Chile and in the rest of the region where more than 30 participating companies such as Bitso, ExxonMobil, Pomelo, Buenbit, Global Processing, Endava, Prisma Medios de Pago,
Cognizant, Prosegur, PwC Argentina, Cognizant Softvision are going to share live the latest news and best market practices in technology, job opportunities and trends for the post-pandemic world ”.
To participate in the event, where companies will have open the application to more than 400 IT jobsInterested parties must register on the event site. According to Gendin, the keys to getting a job and doing a cerrera in the IT sector, are: “Get trained, learn. Always be updating because it is a very dynamic world. Attitude is also key, especially if you are just starting out, beyond technical skills, they will look at your ability to learn, your potential”, concludes.